Category: Master’s program

COVID-19, Master’s Thesis & the Next Iteration

Global pandemic aside, what happened during the last weeks? I submitted my master’s thesis! The last months revolved around finishing the concluding research for the Uri elections despite the Corona crisis, and writing the master’s thesis for Project CH+. At the same time, I was able to find a motivated team which will start working on the next iteration of our electoral support in June. …

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Third Online Survey

All good things come in threes…

In one week it will be over (almost)! After nearly 500 people participated in the first two surveys, this three-part online research is coming to an end.

Until November 3, you are most welcome to participate! This final survey is about your perception of the parliamentary elections 2019 and your wishes for digitally available information during future elections.

At this point already a big thank you to everyone who participated!
I will evaluate the collected answers and revise the design of the current app prototype accordingly.

First Online Survey

Ready, set, go!

It’s happening! Today we are starting with the online surveys. This first questionnaire will be online for one week, the second one will follow in the beginning of October.

EDIT 15. September: Wow, more than 300 replies! The duration of the first survey is extended. It will be online until September 22.

«So… what about politics?»

Bringing up politics often leads to annoyed stares, sighs and a swift change of topic. Does it have to be that way?
(image: Federal Office of Statistics, 2015)

Why the voter participation in Switzerland is relatively low when compared to our international neighbours, has been researched by various institutions. The fact: in 1971, 56.9% of eligible voters participated, during our last elections this number was at 48.5%.

The research which is part of Project CH+ does not aim to explain these circumstances, but to find new approaches to address the issue. …

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Project Analysis during a Research Workshop

During a five day Workshop, we prototyped our masters project from research question to final prototype. From the 11th until the 15th of March, we analysed our projects from various angles in order to specify our vision.

Among other things, one of our tasks was to illustrate our idea with the aid of a physical model.

A perfect slogan. Unfortunately not very informative…

Oh, this is what it’s all about!

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